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The maiden king : the reunion of masculine and feminine

Author: Robert Bly; Marion Woodman
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In The Maiden King, two wise teachers guide us through the rich, metaphorical world of an ancient folktale to explore the possibility of a new relationship between masculine and feminine. Here, both women and men will find a vision of the powerful feminine, an energy our contemporary world has not been able to receive or sustain. This book presents a map of the sorrow both men and women feel today in relation to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: C G Jung; C G Jung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Bly; Marion Woodman
ISBN: 0805057773 9780805057775 1862045763 9781862045767
OCLC Number: 39307252
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xviii, 264 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Interpretation / Robert Bly --
The Opening Situation --
The Fishing Trip --
The Moment When the Worlds Meet --
The New Life --
The Maiden Tsar's Second Visit --
On Top of Old Smoky --
The Great Disappointment --
The Tutor as Destroyer of Imagination --
A Parallel Mayan Story --
The Maiden Tsar's Third Visit --
Using the Sword --
Baba Yaga's Hut on a Chicken Leg --
Who Is Baba Yaga? --
Baba Yaga's Question to Ivan --
The Saturn Who Eats People --
The Baba Yaga Who Eats People --
Why Is Baba Yaga Female? --
The Reply to Baba Yaga's Question --
Arriving at the Second Sister's Hut --
Arriving at the Third Sister's Hut --
Who Goes to the Underworld? --
How Kali Belongs in the Malls --
The Firebird --
What Is the Firebird? --
The Longing for the Firebird --
The Story: Flying with the Firebird --
The Realm of the Crone --
The Crone's News --
What Can Be Done --
The Three Mothers --
The Metaphor of the Oak --
The Metaphor of the Coffer --
The Metaphor of the Hare --
The Metaphor of the Duck --
The Metaphor of the Egg --
Carrying the Egg Back to the House --
Ingesting the Egg --
The Wedding --
Interpretation / Marion Woodman --
The Maiden Tsar --
Positive Mother vs. Stepmother --
Loss of the Positive Father --
Loss of Both Positive Mother and Positive Father --
A Vulnerable Triumvirate: Power Without Presence --
The Fishing Trip: Deep-Sea Collusion --
The Pin --
The Sword --
The Conscious Virgin --
The Descent: Journey into the Unconscious --
The Baba Yaga --
The Three Horns --
The Firebird --
The Crone --
The Still Point.
Responsibility: Robert Bly, Marion Woodman.
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